Health & Fitness

Is Pregnancy Glow a Real Thing?

Health Essentials | Cleveland Clinic Blog 12/1 1:00A hortonj4
The idea of “pregnancy glow” sounds like an old-timey myth. The notion that you can somehow become radiant while expecting seems like folklore in this age of elevated scientific understanding. But a more luminous appearance during pregnancy can be...

The Benefits of Holy Basil (Tulsi)

Health Essentials | Cleveland Clinic Blog 11/29 11:32P bigleyj
When you think of basil, you might think of its culinary uses in pastas, pestos, pizzas and more. But the basil we know by-and-large has a closely related cousin with a historical reputation. Tulsi, also known as holy basil, gets its name because...

Can Soy Cause Breast Cancer?

Health Essentials | Cleveland Clinic Blog 11/29 11:31P Cancer Care Team
Does soy cause breast cancer ? Given the increased interest in soy-based food and drinks, it’s safe to say that a lot of people want an answer to that question. So, let’s get right to the point: Eating soy does NOT increase your risk for breast...

Manganese vs. Magnesium: Two Important Minerals With Key Differences

Health Essentials | Cleveland Clinic Blog 11/29 11:30P coolicc
Manganese and magnesium may look like misspellings of each other, but they’re not the same thing. “These two nutrients are both minerals,” says registered dietitian Amber Sommer, RDN, LD. “You can even find them in a lot of the same foods, such...

Recipe: Cool Tropical Smoothie

Health Essentials | Cleveland Clinic Blog 11/29 11:21P Digestive Health Team
This recipe offers a zesty blend of mango, coconut, lime and strawberries. What’s more, it provides your minimum daily serving of vegetables! Dairy-free, gluten-free and vegan, the smoothie is high in potassium, which helps control blood...

More supplies of the new RSV drug for infants are being made available

News 5 Cleveland (Your Health Matters) 11/29 10:41A Katie Ussin
There is an update to the nationwide shortage of the new drug to protect infants this season against severe respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, which is the leading cause of hospitalizations for babies younger than the age of one in the United...

6 Ways To Feel Less Anxious in the Morning

Health Essentials | Cleveland Clinic Blog 11/28 11:30P capasa
The morning light hasn’t hit your eyes for even five minutes and your mind is already racing. Immediately, a looming to-do list greets you: Chores, what to wear, work tasks ahead and more. Suddenly, you feel glued to the bed by your worn worries...

How Lifestyle Changes and Self-Care Can Improve Your Atopic Dermatitis

Health Essentials | Cleveland Clinic Blog 11/28 11:30P milnea
If you or somebody you love struggles with eczema, you know all too well how much it can impact your daily life. The itching keeps you awake at night and distracted at work, and the angry red rash is a particularly annoying third wheel on date...

10 Colds Not To Catch This Winter

Health Essentials | Cleveland Clinic Blog 11/28 11:25P bigleyj
‘Tis the season for sharing cold germs, flu viruses, stomach bugs and more. Cold weather months capture that magical time when your kid brings home a plethora of germs from school or daycare, while your sneezy coworker insists on coming in for a...

6 Foods To Eat for Healthy Joints

Health Essentials | Cleveland Clinic Blog 11/28 11:24P milnea
You may already be taking medicines — either prescription or over the counter — to relieve stiffness, inflammation and pain in your joints. But long-term use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) can damage your body — especially your...

Magnesium for Anxiety: Does It Help?

Health Essentials | Cleveland Clinic Blog 11/27 11:30P capasa
If you ve ever struggled with anxiety, your search for relief may have taken you to some interesting places. But has it ever taken you to the periodic table? “Magnesium is an essential element that our body needs,” says psychiatrist Joseph...

Are COVID Toes and Rashes Common Symptoms of the Coronavirus?

Health Essentials | Cleveland Clinic Blog 11/27 11:28P milnea
In the years since COVID-19 made its global debut, our vocabularies have expanded quite a bit. From plays on words like “ flurona ,” and new diagnoses like long COVID , to complex medical terminology ( monoclonal antibodies , anybody?), we’ve...

Why Sex Hormones Can Help (or Hurt) Your Asthma

Health Essentials | Cleveland Clinic Blog 11/27 11:26P milnea
If you have severe asthma , you probably rely on inhalers or medicine to open your airways so you can breathe on a fairly regular basis. You’re also no stranger to the doctor’s office or — for severe attacks — the emergency room. And if you were...
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